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A 59-year-old Ohio man is in custody Tuesday in connection with a cold case arson fire that killed his wife, and their two children, 11 years ago.
Peter to the Romans, was the only survivor of the April 6, 2008 in a fire in Madison County, the death of a 51-year-old wife, Billi, and the couple’s 12-year-old son, Caleb, and their 16-year-old daughter, Ami.
The romans, it was Monday, was arrested and charged with multiple murder and aggravated arson, and Fox 28 In Columbus reported.
Mugshot for Peter to the Romans, 59, is charged in Ohio with the creation of a fire 11 years ago that killed his wife, and their two children.
(Martin County Sheriff’s Office )
“He’s harmless, ‘the Romans’ attorney, Sam Shamansky told the station. “He didn’t commit a crime. He has done nothing but cooperate fully with the authorities.”
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The romans did have a court case pending, which claims that a person summoned as a part of the Ford Expedition, an SUV, was to blame for the fire, the station reported. He is looking for compensation from the Ford Motor Company.
Peter, Roman, 59, was charged Monday with the 2008 arson death of his wife, Billi, and two children, Ami, 16, and Caleb, 12.
(Fox 28 In Columbus
Lo and behold, we now have a criminal charge being pursued by the AG’s office in as little as two months prior to the commencement of the trial in the district court,” Shamansky said.
The romans claimed that he couldn’t go back to the house in order to save his family, after he ran out the door in order to move on with the Expedition, and petroleum distillates away from the fire, the Columbus Dispatch reported. He told me that he was sleeping when his wife woke him to tell me that the SUV was on fire.
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The scene of the April 6, 2008, fire that killed three members of the roman family in Madison County, Ohio.
(Fox 28 In Columbus
At the end of the 45-second 911 call, Ami to hear the scream and that the flames were in the house, and By the Romans, it would have to be heard to cough as she frantically tried to herald Square, and He, out of the house, the paper reported.
The fire has been ruled arson in August of 2009.
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In the Uk, reported that of the Romans, was arrested in Orient, Ohio, where he was living with a woman to whom he was married after the fire.